"There are those who look for the faults of sugar without knowing its sweetness. Once they taste it, its sweetness becomes apparent. Similarly, once we practice yoga, we come to realize its bliss."
Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, 1997, Yoga Mala
As human beings we feel a need to put a label on everything, to find a clear definition for things and classify them into compartments. When I first started experimenting with the physical part of yoga practice, I was very concerned with the 'style' of yoga class that I was going to take, I felt an urge to have a clear definition in my head of the 'kind' of yoga I was practicing. Only with time I came to realize that the beauty of the practice lies in its versatility. You are never too old, too young, too sick, too non-flexible, too weak, too tired, too 'something else' to practice. You can be too lazy - that is possible.
If you were to insist with the question "Dasha, what 'style' of yoga do you teach?" I would reply to you by saying: my foundation is Ashtanga vinyasa yoga tradition. My personal practice and my teachings are a mix of Rocket vinyasa, Yin yoga, Ashtanga and a bit of creativity when needed. I tend to combine approaches, depending on the needs of people, who choose to practice with me. Come to practice with a mind of a beginner and an open heart - that's all.